Climate.Careers the climate-focused job discovery platform. We're a not-for-profit, community-powered organization that exists to help people align their careers with solving climate change. We're here to help people find fulfilling jobs that are good for our planet.

Our mission is to leverage employment as a vehicle to catalyze climate action. We aim to:

  1. help people discover jobs at organizations working to solve climate change
  2. support those organizations by helping them attract mission-driven talent

Our approach to addressing the climate crisis is solutions-oriented and holistic. Our job-search framework is inspired by the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, and Project Drawdown's list of evidence-based solutions to reverse global warming. We support and partner with mission-aligned organizations advancing climate solutions, adaptation, research, policy change, and advocacy for climate action.

What is Project Drawdown?

"Project Drawdown is the world's leading source of climate solutions. Project Drawdown is a world-class research and communication organization which serves as a non-partisan, non-commercial, highly-trusted source of solutions to reverse global warming. [...] Project Drawdown reviews, analyses, and identifies the most viable global climate solutions, and shares these findings with the world." -

By utilizing Project Drawdown's list of the top 100 most substantive solutions to reverse global warming, we help job seekers discover impactful climate careers. We value Project Drawdown's evidence-based, data-driven approach, and we are grateful for their ongoing work. Learn more about Project Drawdown by watching this TED Talk by Chad Frischmann, Project Drawdown's VP of Research:


Climate.Careers Remote (Berkeley, CA, USA)
Mar 19, 2020
Climate.Careers helps talented jobseekers find high-impact jobs at organizations working to solve climate change. We support those organizations by helping them attract mission-driven talent. Our mission is to mobilize the world's talent to solve the climate crisis.    Podcast Production Internship Description:  Our team is looking to add a production intern to our team who will help record, edit, and promote Climate.Careers’s new podcast series. The podcast will feature conversations with prominent leaders in the climate community.  This internship is designed for someone who is:  Passionate about creating climate-focused content, and has experience (or a strong desire to learn) in recording and editing podcast episodes Highly detail oriented, highly deadline oriented; ideally, you already use a calendar app to organize and execute on all your tasks Ready and eager to professionally communicate one-on-one with prominent climate leaders   Core functions: Help identify great prospective guests, and interact with them through emails or phone calls to schedule in-person or remote interviews. Post-production: Cutting, editing, and mixing each audio element into one single-file, high quality audio track. Coordinate with guests to make sure they approve the final version, and make edits based on their feedback before publishing. Working with guests and team members to publish and promote the episodes; make sure that the guests are promoting the content whenever/wherever possible.  Helping create and execute on a promotional strategy for the entire podcast series; leverage the podcast series to help build media partnerships. Publishing episodes to Soundcloud, Spotify, and Apple Podcasts    Desired experience:  Experience in (or a strong desire and ability to learn) audio production and/or audio engineering, mixing, and editing Familiarity with audio programs such as Audacity, Logic, Ableton, Garageband, or Adobe Audition (preferred).  Note necessary, but nice to have:  Experience in marketing, social media, or content promotion.  An ideal candidate is someone who thrives in a collaborative environment, but can also work autonomously, meet deadlines, and execute strategically without explicit instructions.    Location: Remote okay,  but Bay Area preferred, ideally based in Berkeley, Oakland, or San Francisco.  Compensation: This is an unpaid internship. However, you will gain a portfolio of professional-level audio work, and develop connections with climate leaders and leading climate-focused organizations.
Mar 18, 2020
Full Time